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Here at Charm City Hemp, we understand that you want the best quality of hemp products possible. Good isn’t going to cut it – you deserve better. That’s why we decided to partner with URB and deliver you their premium delta-8 THC cartridges. Get your taste buds ready, because the new Twisted Citrus Delta-8 THC cartridge is about to blow your mind!
Once you buy the URB Delta-8 Twisted Citrus cartridge, all you need to do is attach it to your 510 thread battery, and you’re ready to go. Now you can enjoy all the benefits of Delta-8 THC and the perfect citrus taste with every puff you take!
The risk of burning should be minimal, thanks to the use of a ceramic coil. Don’t be surprised by how clear this cartridge looks – it’s packed full of high-quality Delta-8 THC and terpenes. If you want to relax or have a good time, the URB Delta-8 Twisted Citrus cartridge might be just what you need!
You might be concerned if it’s legal. After all, it has THC in its name. However, you don’t have to worry. Delta-8 THC present in the Twisted Citrus Delta-8 THC cartridge is derived from hemp. Thanks to the method called isomerization, URB manages to convert the CBD isolate extracted from hemp into the Delta-8 THC. If you’re still unsure, you should know that as of April 2022, there is no federal ban on Delta-8 THC.
Unlike CBD solutions, the URB Delta-8 Twisted Citrus cartridge causes slight, but manageable psychoactive effects. While it’s great for your mood, driving or operating heavy machinery while using the product is not recommended. Also, Delta-8 THC might be detected by certain drug tests instituted by some workplaces.
Delta-8-tetrahydrocannabinol, in short, Delta-8 THC, is a mildly psychoactive chemical compound naturally found in hemp and cannabis plants. Because the hemp plants don’t contain a lot of Delta-8 THC, its creation process requires certain additional steps.
First, CBD is extracted from legal hemp flowers or biomass, using a number of different methods. Then, that extract is refined into a pure CBD isolate – the material most commonly used to make Delta-8 THC. Using a process called isomerization, the CBD isolate is transformed into Delta-9 THC and then into the desired Delta-8 THC. Finally, the resulting product is refined again to remove any impurities left.
The end result is a pure Delta-8 THC oil that can be then mixed with other substances such as different terpenes, cannabinoids, or flavoring agents. Delta-8 THC used in a wide variety of consumable products contain almost no Delta-9 THC (the main psychoactive compound found in cannabis).
There is no definitive research on the benefits of Delta-8 THC. However, many users and initial studies suggest that Delta-8 THC can have positive effects on its users.
Delta-8 THC might be a good choice for relaxation, as it induces a state of euphoria known from Delta-9 THC. However, one of the issues with the traditional Delta-9 THC found in marijuana is the risk of some anxiety.
Delta-8 THC seems to be less prone to causing these conditions. According to the study published in January 2022, 83% of Delta-8 THC users didn’t experience paranoia incidents, while 74% reported no increased anxiety.
What’s more, Delta-8 THC is estimated to be 50% less potent than the normal Delta-9 THC. This is great news for those users who want to have a fun time but prefer to be more in control.
Delta-8 THC may have similar analgesic properties to the CBD. A study from 2018 suggests anti-inflammatory effects in mice, although the way Delta-8 THC does that seems different from the CBD.
Another potential benefit of taking Delta-8 THC is related to its supposed neuroprotective properties. Delta-8 THC might decrease the turnover rate of acetylcholine in the hippocampus.
Acetylcholine is one of the neurotransmitters related to memory and cognitive abilities. Although more research is needed, this hemp-derived compound might turn out to be a promising neuroprotectant.
Delta-8 THC may have certain positive effects on appetite. An animal study from 2004 showed an improved consumption of food in mice treated with small amounts of Delta-8 THC. The effects were even more pronounced than in the case of traditional Delta-9 THC.
This seems to suggest potential therapeutic properties when it comes to weight or eating disorders.
There is no evidence that Delta-8 THC is toxic. However, it is a psychoactive compound, so you should know how much to take to get the desired effects.
In general, a single milliliter of vaping liquid contains about 100 puffs. If your Delta-8 THC cartridge contains 1ml of substance, you need to divide the potency stated on the label by 100 to discover how many mg of Delta-8 THC is in your puff.
As usual, it’s best to start with a small dosage and increase it with time. For mild effects, anywhere from 5mg to 15mg should be enough. If you want to experience stronger effects, aim for somewhere between 15mg and 45mg.
As mentioned before, Delta-8 THC is psychoactive, although not nearly as strongly as Delta-9 THC. That means you can expect to feel intoxicated, but mildly.
Of course, it all depends on your dosage. Delta-8 THC might be less potent than the typical Delta-9 THC, but it’s still possible to take too much and not be in full control of your cognitive functions.
These days, many workplaces order testing of their employees to see if they took substances such as THC. But will they detect the Delta-8 THC?
Unfortunately, it’s quite possible. If your workplace does these tests, consider telling your employer that you plan to take Delta-8 THC. This compound is not illegal, but it’s still better to ask them for permission just to be on the safe side.